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Candace Simpson-Giles is a wife, mother and grandmother and the owner of Art Attack Nashville, an original oils and art gallery. She is also the cofounder of Critter Cavalry Rescue in Nashville, Tennessee, a non-profit agency that serves and helps adopt out homeless animals that are abandoned, injured, or left behind in kill shelters throughout the South. She continues to give of her time and resources to the betterment of those who cannot help themselves.
I read the entire book, and keep it close by to go back to it.
Also, the book has very little information how to be a lady; while some advice(like "not to be late") is repeated way too many times.
This is a good primer for people who need to improve their manners, and it's a great book for brushing up on them.
My granddaughter liked it. She learned a lot. I don't know what else to tell you as she doesn't live near me. We need more manners today. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sheila O. O'Grady
Might be my fault for not reading the fine print, but I was expecting a book (not and audio). However, content is content.Published 15 months ago by Elizabeth Genter
I was expecting a hard cover book, not a CD version. I double-checked the web site where I ordered, and if it stated the item was a CD, it was not obvious.Published 18 months ago by Hans Knight
Great tips in most areas but other areas need to be updated. Some tips are open ended as well. Could be more descriptive.Published 18 months ago by Tatiana Roberts
It's a simple read and has a lot of information but it was not what I thought it would be. I thought it would have more detailed information but over all it was okay and would... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mattie
This book contains material that all of us need to know and abide by. Courtesies lost by many especially our young people.Published 20 months ago by Charles
In general, the book is badly organized, chapters and ideas are not connected.
Also, the book has very little information how to be a lady; while some advice(like "not to be... Read more